Summer learning with DK Canada books! They gifted us with three fun books this month to read up on discoveries, inventions, and the human body:
The DNA Book – discover what makes you you
This colourful DNA Book will give your kids a perfect introduction into the world of DNA. Where is DNA in my body? What does DNA do? Can I see DNA? The section about ‘Passing on your genes’ peaked my children’s interest learning how parents pass on their genes, with examples of adorable puppies, no less.
DK Canada 1000 Inventions and Discoveries Book
This interesting 1000 Inventions and Discoveries book goes over inventions year by year beginning from stone tools in c.3,000,000 BCE to a human-carrying drone in 2016 and more leading all the way into 2020. Although, this one was for the kids interests, and Jax chose this book, it certainly kept my husband and I engaged. I personally learned that the first skyscraper was built in Chicago in 1885, amongst many other fascinating things I discovered! I think this will be a great learning tool for my kids, especially when they are a bit older!
DK Canada Human Body Book– Your amazing body as you’ve never seen it before
This amazing Human Body encyclopedia teaches your little ones all about the human body from head to toe an inside and out with vivid colourful 3D artwork. I see some major science projects ahead in school using these books! Jax wanted to learn all about eyeballs and was so fascinated about eye muscles and how vision works.
You can find more DK Canada books, like my family did, on DK Canada’s website! They are also available on Amazon Canada. We also connected with them on their Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest pages!